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    1937 Cadillac Convertible – Astor Devotion Collection

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    Vehicle to be offered for Auction sale August 17th – 19th, 2017 at Russo and Steele’s 17th Annual Monterey, California Auction. Please contact us for more information.

    Los Angeles Broadcasting Pioneer Art Astor was a man known for many things. A dedicated businessman, loving father and grandfather and first rate soldier, Art was also known for his incredible devotion to the automobile.

    Russo and Steele is proud to present in Monterey, California the last remaining automobiles in Art Astor’s legendary collection. The Devotion Collection features the cars truly closest to Art’s heart. These fourteen remaining offerings are vehicles that Art felt so passionately about that he kept them the closest to him, through the end of his life and include prime examples of Pre and Post War American Classics, American Luxury Cars and European Sports Cars.

    This well maintained 1937 Cadillac Convertible coupe is from the famed Art Astor collection. It is powered by a 346 flathead V8 that produces 135 horsepower. The 1937 Cadillac features all-steel construction and an updated egg-crate grill. The fenders were higher this year and the Cadillac emblem was placed in the center of the bumper. It has been recently serviced and driven where it was reported that it started easily and drove smoothly. The engine compartment presents well with chips evident on the porcelain manifold. It has the rare combination of a rumble seat and rear trunk. The maroon livery is very presentable condition with minor signs of age and use. The tan top is in good order and it is equipped with fog lights, white walls and Goddess hood ornament.

    This is a CCCA Full Classic and is ready for CARavans and other exciting activities. Being from the famed Astor collection adds to the allure.



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